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The Edward VII 22 Carat Gold Sovereign


 
 
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Edward VII 22 Carat Gold Sovereign

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  • Limited edition presentation just 795
  • Highly sought-after
  • Only minted between 1902 - 1910

 

In spite of the death of Queen Victoria in 1901, the Sovereign remained Britain’s most important coin.  During the reign of her successor, Edward VII, a Gold Sovereign was still issued each year between 1902 and 1910. These Sovereigns, struck in 22 Carat Gold by The Royal Mint, are highly sought-after by collectors across the world. Comes with luxury Presentation Case and Certificate of Authenticity.

N.B Limited edition presentation relates only to the coin as presented in our packaging. Coin shown for illustrative purposes only. Year dates will vary.

Diameter:    22mm
Weight: 7.98g
Metal: 22 Carat Gold  

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The Edward VII 22 Carat Gold Sovereign

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